Spartan Peripheral Devices
Spartan Peripheral Devices have been manufacturing products for the HVAC industry since 1995.
These products are installed in a long list of prestigious projects throughout the world; such as office towers, including the 90 story IBM building in Manhattan and the 51 storey 1000 De La Gauchetière in Montreal; museums and libraries such as the War Museum, Parliament Buildings and the Superior Court in Ottawa, also the Quebec Legislature in Quebec City; major hospitals such as the King Hamad University Hospital in Bahrain, in Ottawa and Montreal, and university campuses at McGill in Montreal, University of Guelph in Ontario, Purdue University in Indiana and the University of New Hampshire.
Terminal Unit Control Valves with Ultimate Interchangeability Spartan manufactures the ultimate in control valve flexibility by allowing you to mix and match any of their actuators, cartridges or valve bodies. Any actuator fits onto any cartridge fits into any valve body… perfectly!
The world’s finest, most reliable valves are backed by Spartan engineering
We manufacture an extensive range of commercial globe type control valves with industrial features from 1” to 10” sizes in 2 way and 3 way configurations. All valves are equipped with robust metal all cast aluminum linkages. Operated with electric actuators in fail last position or spring return with 2 wire on/off, 3 wire floating or 0-10VDC proportional control options.
Landfill Leachate Collection Systems (LCS) can often suffer from excessive scaling and clogging of piping systems, pumps, etc. Conventional remediation methods include expensive hydro-blasting and/or acid cleaning but the problem quickly returns. Problems with scale...
Air quality in the HVAC systems is an often overlooked problem although it has become more important with concerns about Covid-19 and issues with liability. Biofilm grows in the moist environment of building air conditioning coils. Bacteria, Molds and Viruses can...
Open Letter to address the use of Electronic Air Cleaning Equipment in Buildings by Dr. Marwa Zaatari, Dr. Marcel Harmon Reviewed and supported by: Dr. Linsey Marr, Dr. Jose Luis Jimenez, Dr. William Bahnfleth, Dr. Shelly Miller, Dr. Jeff Siegel, Mr. Hoy Bohanon, Dr....